What is the best chess books for advanced players?

What is the best chess books for advanced players?

Best Chess Books for Advanced Players

  • Dvoretsky’s Endgame Manual by Mark Dvoretsky (WGM Jennifer Shahade)
  • Endgame Strategy by Mikhail Shereshevsky (FM Daniel Barrish)
  • Grandmaster Preparation series by Jacob Aagaard (FM Daniel Barrish and FM Nate Solon)

What chess books do grandmasters use?

What chess books do grandmasters use?

  • Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors.
  • Dvoretsky’s Endgame Manual – Mark Dvoretsky.
  • Zurich International Chess Tournament 1953 – David Bronstein.
  • My 60 Memorable Games – Bobby Fischer.
  • The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal – Mikhail Tal.
  • 100 Endgames You Must Know – Villa.

What chess books did Magnus Carlsen read?

Favorite books of Magnus Carlsen:

  • Kramnik: My Life & Games by Vladimir Kramnik, Iakov Damsky. made a strong impression on me as a child.
  • Donald Duck comics by Don Rosa, Carl Barks. close race between several Donald Duck comics (seriously).
  • My Great Predecessors by Garry Kasparov. And your favourite book?

How can I become a chess expert?

11 Steps to Become a Chess Grandmaster

  1. Start Early and Learn to Love Chess.
  2. Build a Serious Opening Repertoire.
  3. Train Your Tactical Instincts.
  4. Master Positional Chess.
  5. Learn Endgames.
  6. Build up a Knowledge Base of Grandmaster Games.
  7. Learn How to Think.
  8. Get (Really) Good at Analyzing Your Own Games.

What chess books did Bobby Fischer read?

Chess Books Read by Bobby Fischer

  • Schach Alamanach by Werner Lauterbach.
  • Meine Besten Kaempfe by Viktor Kortschnoi.
  • Skandinavisch bis Sizilianisch by Isaak Boleslawski.
  • Schach Fur Fortgeschrittene by Rudolf Teschner.
  • Schach-Eroffnunger Meisterhaft Gespielt by H. C. Opfermann.

What chess books did Kasparov read?

Recommended books

  • The Red Notice.
  • A History of the English-Speaking Peoples.
  • Zurich International Chess Tournament, 1953.
  • Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?
  • World Crisis 1911 – 1918.
  • Speak Like Churchill, Stand Like Lincoln: 21 Powerful Secrets of History’s Greatest Speakers.

What are some good chess books for beginners?

Why are these chess books recommended for beginners? Amateur’s Mind: Turning Chess Misconceptions into Chess Mastery “Amateur’s Mind: Turning Chess Misconceptions into Chess Mastery” is a book you can’t live without as a newbie. Chess 5334 Problems On the other hand, “Chess 5334 Problems” is a book that literally consists of a lot of chess puzzles. And it’s good. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

What books should every chess player read?

The Life and Game of Mikhail Tal (1976) by Mikhail Tal: Source: Amazon.com Grand masters generally are not a great writer. However,Tal was an exception.

  • My 60 Memorial Games by Bobby Fisher. Source: Amazon.com Bobby Fisher was a greatest American chess player.
  • Zurich International Chess Tournament 1953 (1979) by David Bronstein.
  • What is the best chess middlegame book?

    How to Reassess Your Chess by Jeremy Silman Buy on HoS! Everyone begins by learning tactics and we get very adept at them.

  • Zurich 1953 by David Bronstein Buy on Amazon! This monumental work by the great David Bronstein is a book on the 1953 Zurich Candidates Tournament.
  • My Best Games of Chess 1908-1937 by Alexander Alekhine Buy on Amazon!
  • What are the ‘concepts’ of chess?

    The first principle of chess is that of development. Piece development is the concept of advancing your pieces to more valuable and exploitable squares on the board. The entire concept relates to figuring out where on the board your pieces will be most useful, and then developing them to those squares.